Vince Welnick Live at Fillmore Auditorium on 1996-07-06
You Got Soul,
Waiting For The Song,
Samba In The Rain,
Bang On The Drum*,
Pipes > St. Stephen
It's Up To You,
Devil I Know, Fab,
Golden Days > Stella Blue,
E: Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
Collection VinceWelnickBand/Artist Vince WelnickVenue Fillmore AuditoriumLocation San Francisco, CASource SBD > DATLineage CDR > EAC > SHNTaped by Transferred by
this show is without bobby strickland (yippy!)
February 14, 2014
Metabolic Syndrome X
Well yes I would say that drugs were not what killed Jerry...Not in a direct sense...But to come to the conclusion that somehow Vince was responsible is quite the leap. If by extension Vince is now somehow the originator of metabolic syndrome X that would make him a sorta deity...An evil one no doubt...But never-the-less to be somehow in control of another individuals metabolism...I do not believe those were the powers that the commentator wanted to convey to Vince.
Drugs were what enabled Jerry to tell himself that everything was OK....When clearly they were not....
February 14, 2014
god, i hate bashers
MRieman, you're a fucking Asshole
the man took a tough position and did the best he could.
vince loved the dead and loved the deadheads , he was good enough for the band and that's good enough for you
now go fuck yourself
June 4, 2006
Vince Wellnick found dead of apparent suicide
thats what the news said tonight i just cant believe it
say what you want about Vince but the fact remains he was an awesome musician
i had the opprotunity to see Vince play at an intamate little show in the California desert a few years ago Dead in the Desert it was called
at Carmens Ponderosa in Apple Valley CA man my mind was blown maybe it was the LSD or maybe it was Vince tearing it up maybe it was both i dont know all i do know was that was the best show ive ever seen my mind was truly open that night i was front row center and at one point Vince gave me a nod and a smile
truly awesome did he know i think he did
Thank you Vince for the music for the memories
for everything thank you
may you find in death the peace we are all searching for
Rest In Peace Vince
jesse from park city
November 3, 2005
As stated by other reviewers, the vocals are rough. As usual, Kimock's playing cuts through and is stellar, especially Stella Blue. I tried to revise the track listings.
Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA
D1T1. Smog Farm,
D1T2. You Got Soul,
D1T3. Samba in the Rain,
D1T4. Emperor's Suit,
D1T5. Intro: Todd Rundgren
D1T6. Unloved Children*,
D1T7. Bang on the Drum*,
D1T8. Stage chatter
D1T9. One World*,
D1T10. Pipes >
D1T11. St. Stephen
D2T1. It's Up To You,
D2T2. Devil I Know,
D2T4. Big Chords,
D2T5. Sad Suite,
D2T6. True Blue,
D2T7. Golden Days >
D2T8. Stella Blue,
D2T9. Band Intros,
D2T10. E: Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
* with Todd Rundgren
May 2, 2005
All I can say is more Steve Kimock. He has carried his weight as a player ten-fold.
February 12, 2005
Drugs didn't kill Jerry, Vince's playing and singing did...
January 16, 2005
Vince, Steve Kimock, Bobby Vega, Prarie Prince and an appearance from Todd Rundgren in the first set.
Excellent quality, great show. The Pipes -> St. Stephen is absolute magic.
January 13, 2005